Join us for an elevated dining experience like no other - mountaintop outdoor dining with a breathtaking view of Lake Tahoe.
Sip a glass of bubbly while riding a chairlift to the top of Homewood Mountain, then dine on exquisite seasonal cuisine. Guests will experience an exclusive five-course dinner and wine pairing designed by our guest chef Billy McCullough (formerly of Truckee's Dragonfly Restaurant) that incorporates the freshest seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients.
About Chef Billy McCullough
Famous for his Cal-Asian fusion cuisine at Dragonfly Restaurant in the heart of downtown Truckee, as well as unique bistro fare at 22 Bistro in Squaw Valley, Chef Billy McCullough is currently taking a break from the restaurant business but remains incredibly busy cooking for events such as the Best of Tahoe Chef's dinner and Homewood's Farm to Peak experience.
A graduate of The Western Culinary Institute, Billy gained his chops training under two of the area's top chefs - Douglas Dale of Wolfdale's and Jean Pierre Doignon of Le Bistro. At Dragonfly, his unique blend of Asian Flavors with local, sustainable products was called “the first true Cal-Asian Restaurant” by Mike Dunne of the Sacramento Bee and won “Restaurant of the Year” from the Sierra Sun. At 22 Bistro, he spread his culinary style into “comfort food with a global flare” and has continued his quest to support the Slow Food movement by using sustainable, seasonal products.
A bleeding heart philanthropist, Billy was named “Volunteer of the Year” by the Truckee Chamber of Commerce, “Citizen of the Year” by the local Interact Club, and was awarded “Vocational Person of the Year” and the “Paul Harris Award” from the Truckee Noon Rotary Club, where he is an active member. Chef Billy is also a new Board Member of the Tahoe Food Hub which will be sourcing the ingredients for our Farm to Peak dinner series.
- Saturday, July 5, 2014
- Duration: 4-8 p.m.
- $150 per person
- Advanced reservations required and seating limited to 120 people
- Group pricing available for 10 or more guests.
- Call 530-584-6849 for details and handicap accessibility options
- Vegetarian options available upon request two weeks prior to event.
- Directions: Guests park and meet at Homewood's South Lodge. See map below:
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Please note that the weather in the mountains can sometimes become unpredictable. In the event of foul weather or other acts of nature (fires, snow, flooding, thunder storms, etc.) that prohibit us from safely transporting guests via chairlift to our outdoor dining area, we will either reimburse your entire ticket price or invite you back for an alternate date. If a guest wishes to cancel for any reason, our refund policy is as follows: For cancellation 14 days or more in advance of the event date, we will refund 100 percent of your ticket price. Cancellations within 7-13 days of the event will receive a 50 percent refund. Cancellations within 6 days of the event will not result in a refund. Cancellations must be made by phone by calling 530-584-6849. The Farm to Peak dinner takes an exceptional amount of pre-planning to execute, so we thank you for understanding.